29 Jul 2014
Southampton: Indians were in trouble as they reach 108/3 in their first innings in reply to England's massive score of 569/7 at lunch on third day of the third Test on Tuesday.
01 Jul 2014
Rio de Janeiro: Cameroon officials will investigate claims of match-fixing in their World Cup group games, especially the match against Croatia, the country's football federation said on Monday.
09 Jul 2014
Karachi: Former Pakistan captain Saleem Malik has been given a lifeline by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) as it has approached the ICC for guidance and advice on whether the ban on the disgraced batsman could be removed.
28 Jul 2014
Colombo: South Africa lost opener Dean Elgar before heavy rain stopped play on the fifth and final day of the series-deciding second Test against Sri Lanka on Monday.
02 Jul 2014
Brasilia: Brazil 2014 may have had organisational glitches but it is shaping up to be the best on-field World Cup, thanks to the exciting football being played, FIFA general secretary Jerome Valcke said on Tuesday.
01 Jul 2014
Wellington: All set to be banned for life for fixing matches across several nations, New Zealand's disgraced cricketer Lou Vincent on Tuesday offered his deepest apologies for shaming the game and his country, saying that he will regret his actions for the rest of his life.
24 May 2014
Wellington: The International Cricket Council on Saturday said it is close to announcing its findings in a match-fixing case, which shook the game after New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum's testimony in the matter was leaked to the media.
25 Jul 2014
London: Indian all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja has been fined half his match fee for his involvement in an altercation with England pacer James Anderson during the drawn first Test at Trent Bridge.
23 May 2014
Wellington: Disgraced New Zealand cricketer Lou Vincent, who stands accused of fixing two county matches in England, on Friday, said he is ready to be held accountable for his actions and has not made a plea bargain to escape tough punishment.
05 May 2014
Wellington: New Zealand on Monday said it will make match-fixing a specific crime for the first time to ensure sport remains corruption-free as the country prepares to co-host next year's Cricket World Cup.